With less than a month remaining in the spring athletics season, the Mustang baseball, softball and track and field teams hit the road during the weekend. Baseball Cal Poly baseball walked off with a win against Pepperdine on Tuesday night…
“The way I see it, football is my wife and track is my mistress,” Houston said. “Football is what I came to college for. I love the physicality of it and how every play can be a big play.”
Whitney Sisler, Cal Poly NCAA high jumper and star soccer forward, began her journey as a double athlete when her dad signed her up for the America Youth Soccer Organization when she was five years old.
Corbin Duer finished fifth in the decathlon while Turquoise Williams finished seventh in the heptathlon at the Big West Conference Championships last weekend.
Sophomore Whitney Sisler won the high jump while freshman Taylor Herrera won the 200 meter dash in the second day of competition at the Mt. Sac. Relays Friday.
22 Cal Poly Mustangs — 15 men and seven women — hit Big West Conference qualifying marks on Saturday at the Cal Poly Invitational that featured nine collegiate teams and individuals.
After coaching the men’s cross country team to its seventh straight and 10th Big West Conference Championship overall last fall, Mark Conover has been named the new Director of Track and Field / Cross Country for Cal Poly.
The Mustangs were without top sprinter Jarred Houston who had been injured in spring football practice. Houston was expected to be one of Cal Poly’s major contributors when the NCAA West Regional begins today.